Another blog in the study skills series.
It’s as important not to overload yourself as it is not to leave thing to the last moment…Continue reading
First in a series of blogs related to study skills.
Looking back at my own time at school and the apparent assumption that we would somehow learn academic writing by osmosis, it often strikes me as ironic that I now spend part of each week during term time supporting university students develop these skills.Continue reading
Working memory (WM) is one of the cognitive executive functions (EF). WM and EF difficulties in general are factors in many neuro-developmental conditions. This makes so much of what happens at work, university, school or indeed many everyday situations more challenging than it needs to be. The good news is that there are plenty of small accommodations and adjustments that can make day-to-day learning and life easier. Continue reading